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Couple celebrates 60 years of marriage
Wanda and Marion Wright of Chickasha were married on Nov. 4, 1950 at the First Baptist Church in Altus.
Marion worked and retired from Pet Inc. in 1995. Wanda has enjoyed working in School Food Service at the Bill Wallace Early Childhood Center for Chickasha Public Schools for many years, where she is still employed. They love to spend time with their family and friends.
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Lee's celebrate 50th wedding anniversary
Bruce and Eunice Lee will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary on Saturday, Sept, 18, 2010, at a reception being held in their honor.
Bruce and Eunice were married at the Assembly of God Church in Tabler, Oklahoma, on Sept. 30, 1960. They raised four daughters, Dana Reed, Brenda Hall, Marla Rogers and Nichole Funk and one nephew, Brian Lee.
Reception set for Luers couple
Raymond and Alice (Effinger) Luers were married at St. Louis Catholic Church in Batesville, Indiana on Sept. 10, 1960.
Wards celebrate 40 years together
On Aug. 30,1970, Mary Ann Keim and Clint Ward celebrated their love for each other by exchanging wedding vows.
During their 40 years together, they have worked happily (on most days) side-by-side as owners of a crop-dusting airport in Jerome, Ark. and ostrich ranches in Durant and Lexington, Okla.. Now, they reside in Chickasha.
Fifty years ago, Sept. 2, 1960, Robert E. Dye and Elizabeth A. Ebey were united in marriage at Carter Park Baptist Church in Del City. They lived in Oklahoma City until Robert graduated from Central State College in Edmond. Robert attended seminary at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, Fort Worth, TX.
Robert pastored churches in Illinois, Michigan and Oklahoma. He pastored Michigan Avenue Baptist Church, Chickasha, from 1977 - 1984 and again from 1993 until his retirement in 2009.
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